Tarako Isono (磯野たらこ, Isono Tarako, born December 17, 1960), known under the professional name Tarako (たらこ, Tarako), is a Japanese actress, voice actress and singer.[1] Her debut role was as a preschooler on Urusei Yatsura. She is currently employed by the talent management firm Troubadour Musique Office.[1]

Tarako
たらこ
Born (1960-12-17) December 17, 1960 (age 60)
Occupation
Years active1981–present
EmployerTroubadour Musique Office
Height158 cm (5 ft 2 in)

FilmographyEdit

AnimationEdit

TVEdit

Original video animation (OVA)Edit

  • Hunter × Hunter OVA (Melody)
  • NG Kishi Ramune & 40 DX (Hebimetako)
  • NG Kishi Ramune & 40 EX (Hebimetako)

FilmsEdit

CommercialsEdit

Drama CDsEdit

  • Eiyū Densetsu III: Shiroki Majo "Wakatareta Mizuumi" (Ban Ban)
  • Kaze no Densetsu Xanadu II: Heroine-tachi no Tanjōbi (Kururu)
  • Popful Mail Paradise 4–5 (Nairu)
  • Tarako Pappara Paradise (Tarako-neesan, Kururu, Nairu, Ban Ban, Obāsan

Live actionEdit

FilmsEdit

Video gamesEdit

RadioEdit

  • Tarako Falcom Pīhyarara

Other voice overEdit

Fuji TV

  • The Judge! Tokusuru Hōritsu File "Korette Tsumi Janai no" segment (Narration)
  • Naruhodo! The World (Reporter)
  • Quiz & Game Tarō to Hanako (Host)

NHK Educational

  • Okome (Narration)

TBS

  • Shiawase Kazoku Keikaku (Narration)

TV Asahi

  • Zenigata Kintarō (Narration)

Other

DiscographyEdit

Listed chronologically.

AlbumsEdit

  • Totte Oki no Shunkan (1983)
  • Kaze ga Chigau (1984)
  • Warawanai Koibito (1985)
  • Kokuhaku (1985)
  • Sukoshi Dake Ai ga Tarinai (1986)
  • Anata ga Daisuki (1990)
  • Kanojo (1991)
  • My dear (1991)
  • Tengoku yori Takai Toko Ikō yo (1993)
  • Wāi. (1995)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Doi, Hitoshi. "Tarako". Seiyuu Database. July 5, 2010. Archived July 10, 2010, at WebCite
  2. ^ "TARAKO Replaces Nobuyo Oyama as Monokuma in Danganronpa Franchise". Anime News Network. Retrieved May 22, 2019.
  3. ^ "【2月12日】今日はPCE版『コットン』の発売26周年!【レトロゲーム】". Gamedrive. February 12, 2019. Retrieved May 22, 2019.

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